Meeting weekly on Wednesdays at 2:50PM in 509/511 Lake.
This is an informal colloquium style seminar which provides the opportunity to learn about others areas of interest. Questions encouraged!
If you have a question, would like receive announcements, or would like to speak at seminar, email This seminar is supported in part by a Research and Training Grant (RTG) from the NSF.
|Sep 5||Peter Crooks (Northeastern)||Integrable systems, Lie algebras, and invariant theory|
|Sep 12||Torielli Michele (Hokkaido University)||On the freeness of hyperplane arrangements|
|Sep 19||Rudy Rodsphon (Northeastern)||A primer in index theory.|
|Sep 26||Valeriano Lanza (FAPESP)||Framed sheaves, ADHM data and quiver varieties|
|Oct 3||Tudor Padurariu (MIT)||Hall algebras in enumerative geometry|
|Oct 10||Rob Silversmith (Northeastern)||Row echelon form and the Hilbert scheme of points.|
|Oct 17||Bruno Benedetti (Miami)||Drawing Contractible 2-Complexes in R^4|
|Oct 24||Olga Turanova (IAS)||PDEs from evolutionary ecology|
|Oct 31||Brian Williams (Northeastern)||The spooky side of factorization algebras in QFT|
|Nov 7||Alexander Moll (Northeastern)||Is Randomness Real? Quantum Uncertainty and Chaotic Unpredictability|
|Nov 14||Thomas Koberda (UVA)|
|Nov 21||No Seminar||Thanksgiving Break|
|Nov 28||Ignacio Barros (Northeastern)|
|End of Semester (Seminar Resumes Spring 2019)|